Welcome To Animal Art by Adrian Timbers
In my Studio, I spend most of my days drawing Animals of some form or another. My work tends to relate to widlife, be it British or otherwise. Once I have completed an original piece of artwork, I then have it professionally scanned to a high resolution, so I can then produce limited edtion prints and greetings cards.My Prnts are numbered and signed by myself, and range in sizes, but to make life easier you can purchase them pre mounted to a 20 x 16 standard size.
Pet portraits are a favourite: dogs, cats, horses, etc, but any subject matter would be considered.
Good quality photos are required to work from. These can either be brought in, emailed over, or I do offer the service of taking the photos myself be it at your home or at the garden centre.
Or depending on subject matter, I can also design an image for you.
My work is available in variouse options: Originals (Unframed / Framed), Limited Edition Giclee Prints, Greetings Cards.
I have lived in Norfolk all my life except during a short spell where I lived down in Wiltshire.
I have been drawing for many many years now, well ever since I left school, and i am completely self taught.
I have always been facinated with Natural History, but as time went on I got a real passion for Widllfie and Wildlife Art. I have studied Zoology, during which time, I had the opportunity to meet Sir David Attenborough, and sir David Shepherd.
I used to sell my artwork at local Art and Craft Events, as well as taking part in Wildlife Art exhibitions,
where I would sell original drawings, and limited edition prints, as well as demonstrate my work at the same time.
I now find myself lucky enough to be working full time as a professional Wildlife Artist, where I now have my own studio based at Bawdeswell Garden Centre. If time permits and I can escape my studio, I like to visit Widllife Parks and Nature Reserves, which is where I gain most of my inspiration from.
I have recently joined The Wildlife Art Society International, so hopefully I will be able to start exhibiting my work further afield.